Juan Pantano
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Juan Pantano

Birth order and school performance: First-borns do better in school because parents discipline them...

So it probably won’t surprise anyone that first-borns do better in school than their younger siblings, a finding documented in a recent study I wrote with Juan Pantano, an assistant professor of economics at Washington University in St. Louis. But why birth order appears to matter so ...

Strict parenting helps first-borns do better in school, study finds

Joseph Hotz and Juan Pantano explains that since parents tend to be more strict with first-born siblings, the kids may receive better marks in school. Researchers V. Joseph Hotz, a professor of economics at Duke University, and Juan Pantano, an assistant professor of economics ...

Study: First-Born Children Do Better In School

Duke University researcher V. Joseph Hotz and Juan Pantano of Washington University in St. Louis explained that mothers had more rules for first-born children and reported being more likely to punish them if they performed poorly in school. “We provide robust empirical evidence that ...

First Children Are Smarter, New Study May Reveal Why

Joseph Hotz and Juan Pantano say that this is because parents are found to give their first-born children better parenting and more attention than later offspring. This, they argue, is why international surveys have consistently found first children to have higher IQs and better school ...

Parents are harder on their firstborn child

The team of V. Joseph Hotz, professor of economics at Duke University, and Juan Pantano, assistant professor of economics at Washington University in St. Louis, took a look at data gathered from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (1979), in which mothers included various details ...

First-born kids do better in school (and face more intense parental oversight), study finds

... Moms had more rules for first-born (or earlier-born if they have more than two) children and reported being more likely to issue consequences if those children performed poorly in school, wrote researchers V. Joseph Hotz of Duke University and Juan Pantano of Washington University in St. Louis...

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